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Creation as emanation : the origin of diversity in Albert the Great's On the causes and the procession of the universe / Th�er�ese Bonin.

By: Bonin, Th�er�ese M.
Contributor(s): Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. De causis et processu universitatis a prima causa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publications in mediaeval studies: 29.Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, �2001Description: 1 online resource (viii, 179 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780268159115; 0268159114; 9780268159122; 0268159122.Subject(s): Albertus, Magnus, Saint, 1193?-1280. De causis et processu universitatis a prima causa | Albert, le Grand, saint, 1193?-1280. De causis et processu universitatis a prima causa | Albert, le Grand, saint, 1193?-1280 -- Et la cr�eation | De causis et processu universitatis a prima causa (Albertus, Magnus, Saint) | Albertus (Magnus) | Albertus (Magnus). De causis et processu universitatis | Creation -- History | Creation | Schepping | Individuele verschillen | Oorsprong | Sch�opfungslehre | LITERARY CRITICISM / MedievalGenre/Form: Electronic books. | History.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Creation as emanation.DDC classification: 213 Other classification: 08.22 | 11.52 | CE 1417 | 5,1 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; A Note on Editions and Transliterations; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Responses to Emanation; 1.2. Albert on the Nature of the Liber de causis; 1.3. The Nature of Albert's Paraphrase of the Liber de causis; 1.4. Summary of the Liber de causis; 1.5. A Doctrinal Problem; 2. Emanation and Causation; 3. God's Incommunicability to Creatures; 3.1. An Apparent Contradiction; 3.2. Esse and Id Quod Est; 3.3. The Interpretation of Liber de causis 19; 3.4. Resolving the Contradiction; 4. The First Created Thing; 4.1. Ab Uno Non Nisi Unum.
4.2. Prima Rerum Creatarum Est Esse Esse Creatum Primum Est Intelligentia; 4.2.1. The First Interpretation; 4.2.1.1. Intelligentia; 4.2.1.2. Esse; 4.2.2. The Second Interpretation; 4.3. Summary; 5. Mediation in the Procession of Creatures; 6. God's Immediacy to the Procession of Creatures; Afterword; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index of Subjects; Index of Persons; Index of Texts.
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; A Note on Editions and Transliterations; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Responses to Emanation; 1.2. Albert on the Nature of the Liber de causis; 1.3. The Nature of Albert's Paraphrase of the Liber de causis; 1.4. Summary of the Liber de causis; 1.5. A Doctrinal Problem; 2. Emanation and Causation; 3. God's Incommunicability to Creatures; 3.1. An Apparent Contradiction; 3.2. Esse and Id Quod Est; 3.3. The Interpretation of Liber de causis 19; 3.4. Resolving the Contradiction; 4. The First Created Thing; 4.1. Ab Uno Non Nisi Unum.

4.2. Prima Rerum Creatarum Est Esse Esse Creatum Primum Est Intelligentia; 4.2.1. The First Interpretation; 4.2.1.1. Intelligentia; 4.2.1.2. Esse; 4.2.2. The Second Interpretation; 4.3. Summary; 5. Mediation in the Procession of Creatures; 6. God's Immediacy to the Procession of Creatures; Afterword; Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index of Subjects; Index of Persons; Index of Texts.

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